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Zaat will take over from Marc Verspyck, who will step down from his position as EVP Finance of Air France prior to leaving the company.
His first serial, after the collaboration, Ana won a Lux Style Award, later followed by Moorat, Jab Jab Dil Miley, Wilco, Riyasat, Manzil, Makaan, Sarkar Sahab, Doraha, Meri Zaat Zarra-e-Benishan, Gul-e-Rana, Daam, Tere Liye and Zip Bus Chup Raho.
A poet has rightly said: "Na ghabrao Musalmano, Khuda ki zaat baaqi hai; Abhi Qur'an baaqi hai, abhi Islam baaqi hai" (Do not fear O Muslims, God is immortal; Qur'an is still there and Islam is still there.) - Abdullah, Muscat
Out of the remaining, most are wedded to one who is not related to them by blood but shares the same biradari or zaat (caste or clan).
Citrus family is included among the plant families that contains relatively higher amount of phenolic compounds in different parts of plants (Zaat et al., 1987; Laks and Pruner, 1989; Snyder and Nicholson, 1990).
(13.) Dorigo-Zetsma JW, Wilbrink B, Dankert J, Zaat SA.
SM: I think that one of the most brilliant Egyptian works of the twentieth century is Zaat by Sonallah Ibrahim published in Arabic by Dar al-Mustaqbal al-Arabi in 2991 and in English by AUC Press in 2001.
En un estudio mas elaborado que el de Nightingale (1987b) y basado en el, Zaat y van Eijk (1992) estudiaron la relacion entre las actitudes frente al riesgo de medicos generales y el uso de pruebas de laboratorio.
Zaat, a researcher involved in the work from the Department of Medical Microbiology at the Academic Medical Center in Amsterdam.
Research participants tended to use the term "zaat" meaning caste, interchangeably with "biradri" meaning kinship group.
Jacobs, J.H., Spaan, S., van Rooy, G.B.G.J., Meliefste, C., Zaat, V.A.C., Rooyackers, J.M., Heederik, D.